domingo, 9 de agosto de 2015

The Waterboys - Modern Blues

The Waterboys - Modern Blues - 2015

For Waterboys singer/songwriter and founder Mike Scott, music is a constantly changing and evolving art form. Playing professionally since the 1970s, he’s ranged from post-punk to Celtic folk to the psychedelic mix on the 2011 An Appointment with Mr. Yeats, 20 W. B. Yeats poems set to what Scott described as a blend of folk, rock and faery music.

Scott enjoys a great reputation as a songwriter with many of his songs covered by other artists. In 2013 Ellie Goulding’s cover of “How Long Will I Love You” rose to the top 3 in the UK. During his Hit + Run show at Ronnie Scott’s in London this year, Prince performed Scott’s “The Whole of the Moon” as a solo at the piano. The War on Drugs regularly includes “A Pagan Place” in its live shows.

Now The Waterboys are set to release a new album, due out from Kobalt on January 20, 2015. Titled Modern Blues, the nine tracks hark back to Scott’s rock and roll roots, combining the best of the Waterboys’ earlier work with a new Southern soul edge.


01. Destinies Entwined
02. November Tale
03. Still A Freak
04. I Can See Elvis
05. The Girl Who Slept For Scotland
06. Rosalind (You Married The Wrong Guy)
07. Beautiful Now
08. Nearest Thing To Hip
09. Long Strange Golden Road


2 comentários :

Anônimo disse...

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Please, please, please and don't be angry with boring you!

Thnx and apologize sto54

Only Good Song disse...

Took just 27 days

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